ADAPT A Direct Aspiration, First Pass Technique for the Endovascular Treatment of Stroke

Completed

Phase N/A Results N/A

Update History

4 Oct '17
The description was updated.
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Traditionally, at a physician's discretion, first pass attempts at thrombectomy procedures are performed with any number of FDA cleared catheters, guide wires, and devices designed for efficient removal of clot within an intracranial vessel. Among institutions involved in this case study, the latest devices are readily available and fully support standard treatment paradigms. However, several cases, recently completed, using only large bore catheter and aspiration have anecdotally demonstrated a superior ability to remove clot from vessels, restoring blood flow to the affected vessel and brain tissue. In these limited number of cases, full restoration of blood flow has been achieved. While this combination of approved devices is minimalistic, the efficiency of the procedure, rapid technical success, and relative simplicity of the approach is unique and should be thoroughly reviewed and possibly prepared for publication.
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Traditionally, at a physician's discretion, first pass attempts at thrombectomy procedures are performed with any number of FDA cleared catheters, guide wires, and devices designed for efficient removal of clot within an intracranial vessel. Among institutions involved in this case study, the latest devices are readily available and fully support standard treatment paradigms. However, several cases, recently completed, using only large bore catheter and aspiration have anecdotally demonstrated a superior ability to remove clot from vessels, restoring blood flow to the affected vessel and brain tissue. In these limited number of cases, full restoration of blood flow has been achieved. While this combination of approved devices is minimalistic, the efficiency of the procedure, rapid technical success, and relative simplicity of the approach is unique and should be thoroughly reviewed and possibly prepared for publication.
The gender criteria for eligibility was updated to "All."
The eligibility criteria were updated.
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Inclusion Criteria: - All patients who were treated with direct aspiration as a first pass choice or treated with a stent retriever will be included. Exclusion Criteria: - Patients not treated with either direct aspiration as a first pass, or stent retriever will not be included.
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Inclusion Criteria: - All patients who were treated with direct aspiration as a first pass choice or treated with a stent retriever will be included. Exclusion Criteria: - Patients not treated with either direct aspiration as a first pass, or stent retriever will not be included.
16 Dec '15
Trial name was updated.
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ADAPT A Direct Aspiration, First Pass Technique for the Endovascular Treatment of Stroke
2 Aug '14
A location was updated in Charleston.
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The overall status was removed for MUSC.
18 Oct '13
A location was updated in Charleston.
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The overall status was removed for MUSC.